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French girl who controls traffic at Arques for the British Army

Ceremonies and Parades - Ceremonies as clock is pushed ahead one hour. Marcus M. Marks, Chairman of National Daylight Saving Movement, pushing the hands around from two to three on the master clock that controls the big dials on the Metropolitan Tower, New York City, as the Daylight Saving Law went into effect

Airplanes - Parts - Airplanes for government use. Dayton-Wright Airplane Co. Plant, Dayton, Ohio. Controls installed on fuselage side

Airplanes - Historical - Wright Brothers' Aeroplane. Dayton-Wright Airplane Co. Plant, Dayton, Ohio. May 14 -18, 1918. Historical Note: The Wright Company manufactured aeroplanes under their own name until about 1916, then a merger was made with Glenn Martin to form the Wright Martin Company. Glenn Martin reformed that company under his name alone and the next appearance of the name Wright came soon after the opening of World War-1 when the Dayton Wright Co was formed. Their principal product was De Haviland airplanes (English design general purpose type). The aeroplane shown had been reframed by Orville Wright as his personal plane, but was not the property of D.W. Co. In this photo Orville has the controls; the plane is pitted with his automatic stabilizer

Airplanes - Historical - Wright Brothers' 1903 Aeroplane ("Kitty Hawk") in first flight, December 17, 1903 at Kitty Hawk, N.C. Orville Wright at controls. Wilbur Wright standing at right. (First flight was 12 seconds). Copy of photo given by Orville Wright

Balloons - Miscellaneous - New type of Coast Patrol Dirigbile. Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. and Navy officials inspecting the Curtiss car which propels the big envelope through the air. The pilot operates the rudder and elevator controls, guiding and elevating the bag. The gas bags are made of rubberized fabric of light weight but tremendous strength

Ernest Orlando Lawrence at the controls of the 37-inch cyclotron, 1938. Copy negative from California Monthly photo. Morgue 1958-8 (P-109)

Robert Marshak (right), a scientist and author of Menson Physics, who volunteered to drink radiosodium. Joseph Gilbert Hamilton at controls. January 1939. See also XBB 6808-4759(FMP record missing). [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Joseph Gilbert Hamilton's radiosodium experiment lab set up with controls. January 1939. See also XBB 6808-4751 (FMP record missing). [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Roy Deelle at Tractor Controls Hauling Logs

Ernest Orlando Lawrence at the controls of the 60-inch. cyclotron with Dr. Raymond, Edwin McMillan, and Winfield W. Salisbury standing behind control panel. Negative envelope dated June 12, 1939. Cooksey 17 [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Indiana cyclotron controls. M. Stanley Livingston (standing, left), and Franz N.D. Kurie (right) at controls, taken April 20, 1940. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Emilio Segre at the controls of the 37-inch cyclotron, taken June 12, 1941. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Ernest O. Lawrence, Glenn T. Seaborg, and J. Robert Oppenheimer in early 1946 at the controls to the magnet of the 184-inch cyclotron, which was being converted from its wartime use to its original purpose as a cyclotron. Morgue 1946-12 (P-1) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

184-inch cyclotron. On left: 250 KW M.G. set with 2,300 volt bus. switching and syn motor starting equipment. Straight ahead: D.C. output controls of 5 M.G. sets. On right: 90 KW M.G. set. Photo taken 3/15/1947. 184"-702 Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

Dr. W. Powell, Larry Oswald, and Bill Fowler at the controls of the Propane Bubble Chamber at the Bevatron taken September 17, 1957. Morgue 1957--7 (P-4) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Photograph of Forest Guard Lloyd Black at the Controls of His Outboard

AS11-36-5392 - Apollo 11 - Apollo 11 Mission image - Fight controls inside the Lunar Module

DALE COOPER RECEIVING TELEVISION SET HE WON FROM JACK LANGNER ROCKFORD CONTROLS COMPANY

Control Operator TSGT Ernest Bergmann and Instructor Navigator MAJ Robert Woodrow, left to right, operate the controls of T-45 navigator simulators during training

United States Air Force officers train on T-45 navigator simulators as Instructor Navigator MAJ Robert Woodrow and Control Operator TSGT Ernest Gergmann, left to right, operate the controls of the complex

Sergeant William C. Monts de Oca, foreground, operates the controls on the whole body scanning table while SPECIALIST Sixth Class Gerald L. Harden controls the console. They are making an isotopic scan photograph of a patient at Womack Army Hospital

FLUID MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT AND AUTOMATIC CONTROLS UNIT FOR STORY IN LEWIS NEWS NEWSLETTER

FLUID MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT AND AUTOMATIC CONTROLS UNIT FOR STORY IN LEWIS NEWS NEWSLETTER

FLUID MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT AND AUTOMATIC CONTROLS UNIT FOR STORY IN LEWIS NEWS NEWSLETTER

FLUID MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT AND AUTOMATIC CONTROLS UNIT FOR STORY IN LEWIS NEWS NEWSLETTER

FLUID MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT AND AUTOMATIC CONTROLS UNIT FOR STORY IN LEWIS NEWS NEWSLETTER

FLUID MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT AND AUTOMATIC CONTROLS UNIT FOR STORY IN LEWIS NEWS NEWSLETTER

A technician adjusts the console controls of the control record for a ground meteorological detection antenna

The air-conditioning trainer was developed and built by the Boeing Company for maintenance training on the environmental control system of the E-3A Sentry aircraft. Controls and indications are actual aircraft components. Airflow through the air-conditioning and pressurization systems is simulated by lighted displays

A view of the pilot's controls in the cockpit of an A-6E Intruder aircraft

A view of the pilot's controls in the cockpit of an A-6E Intruder aircraft

Crewmen prepare the remote controls for drones before their launching from the deck of the frigate USS JESSE L. BROWN (FF-1089) during exercise Unitas XX

A crewman operating remote controls, prepares for the launching of a drone from the deck of the frigate USS JESSE L. BROWN (FF-1089) during exercise Unitas XX

CPL Dave Fields operates the generator that controls the tape of the arrestment system for recovering aircraft in time of an emergency or practice simulated landings on aircraft carriers. This is the same type of system that is used on aircraft carriers

VSTOL VERTICAL SHORT TAKE OFF LANDING CONTROLS RESEARCH

A view of the pier area as seen from behind the controls of a crane being used to load supplies aboard the combat stores ship USS SAN JOSE (AFS 7)

Lieutenant Commander Gregory Netzorg, pilot, at the controls of a CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter on the deck of the combat stores ship USS SAN JOSE (AFS 7)

A helicopter pilot mans the controls during a flight to photograph launch and recovery operations aboard the Kitty Hawk class aircraft carrier USS CONSTELLATION (CV 64)

Midshipman 2nd Class Pat Corey takes the controls of CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter during a demonstration flight with Helicopter Anti-submarine Squadron 8 (HS-8). Midshipman Corey is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

LT. Mary Jorgenson, a pilot with Fighter Squadron 126 (VF-126 points out some of the rear seat cockpit controls to Midshipman Cindy Mason. Mason will take a demonstration ride in the TA-4 during a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

A female midshipman sits at the controls of a CH-46 Sea King helicopter prior to a demonstration flight. The midshipman is participating in a one-week aviation training program for students enrolled in the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC)

Technicians operate the controls of a C-130 Hercules aircraft full-motion flight simulator at the Singer Link Corp. facility

Major General (MGEN) Richard Bodycombe, commander, Air Force Reserve, left, examines controls in the cockpit of a C-141B Starlifter aircraft prior to a refueling mission involving an all-reserve crew

Major General (MGEN) Richard Bodycombe, commander, Air Force Reserve, left, handles the controls in the cockpit of a C-141B Starlifter aircraft while taking off on a mission involving an all-reserve crew refueling C-141B Starlifter aircraft

A crew member of the 436th Military Airlift Wing, wearing chemical warfare gear, adjusts the controls on his face gear during a chemical warfare defense equipment test

A navigator of the 436th Avionics Maintenance Squadron, dressed in chemical warfare gear, operates the controls in the cockpit of a C-5A Galaxy aircraft during a chemical warfare defense equipment test

A crew chief inspects the wing struts of an F-111F aircraft as Italian air force pilots view the flight controls of the aircraft. The airman is assigned to the 48th Field Maintenance Squadron

A ground crewman wearing protective clothing for a chemical warfare exercise monitors the controls of a tank while a C-141 Starlifter aircraft is being refueled

S114E6959 - STS-114 - Controls and windows on aft flight deck

STS100-343-018 - STS-100 - Flight Engineers Helms and Voss work at the SSRMS controls in Destiny taken during STS-100

STS064-22-015 - STS-064 - Remote Manipulator System controls

STS064-22-013 - STS-064 - Remote Manipulator System controls

STS064-22-018 - STS-064 - Remote Manipulator System controls

STS064-22-017 - STS-064 - Remote Manipulator System controls

STS064-22-014 - STS-064 - Remote Manipulator System controls

STS064-44-025 - STS-064 - SPIFEX and RMS controls viewed through an aft window

STS064-22-012 - STS-064 - Remote Manipulator System controls

S07-05-218 - STS-007 - Astronaut Thagard at RMS controls on aft flight deck

S114E6960 - STS-114 - Controls and windows on aft flight deck

STS064-05-027 - STS-064 - Astronauts at SPIFEX controls

STS064-66-001 - STS-064 - Remote Manipulator System controls

STS098-325-013 - STS-098 - Cockrell at the Atlantis aft flight deck controls

STS064-22-019 - STS-064 - Remote Manipulator System controls

STS064-05-026 - STS-064 - Astronauts at SPIFEX controls

STS064-22-020 - STS-064 - Remote Manipulator System controls

STS064-44-024 - STS-064 - SPIFEX and RMS controls viewed through an aft window

S114E6961 - STS-114 - Controls and windows on aft flight deck

S07-03-127 - STS-007 - Astronaut Fabian at RMS controls on aft flight deck

STS064-05-028 - STS-064 - Astronauts at SPIFEX controls

51F-111-034 - STS-51F - RMS Controls

STS100-343-017 - STS-100 - Flight Engineers Helms and Voss work at the SSRMS controls in Destiny taken during STS-100

STS064-22-016 - STS-064 - Remote Manipulator System controls

S09-14-735 - STS-009 - Flight deck controls

A flight crew from the 63rd Military Airlift Wing man the controls of a C-141 Starlifter aircraft as they approach Roosevelt Roads, P.R., for the start of Exercise Ocean Venture '81

GUNNERY Sergeant James McDermott, a KC-130 Hercules flight engineer, monitors overhead panel controls during inflight refueling operations

S05-01-011 - STS-005 - Pilot Overmyer operates controls and reviews procedures on flight deck

S05-01-012 - STS-005 - MS Allen operates controls on aft flight deck during satellite deployment

S03-19-023 - STS-003 - Pilot Fullerton operates RMS controls on Aft Flight Deck Onorbit Station

S03-22-125 - STS-003 - Pilot Fullerton adjusts MLR controls on middeck

S03-22-124 - STS-003 - Pilot Fullerton adjusts MLR controls on middeck

S05-01-014 - STS-005 - MS Allen operates controls on aft flight deck during satellite deployment

S05-01-013 - STS-005 - MS Allen operates controls on aft flight deck during satellite deployment

S03-22-126 - STS-003 - Commander Lousma adjusts MLR controls on middeck

S05-15-607 - STS-005 - Pilot Overmyer at forward flight deck pilots station controls

PH1 Chuck Dutkiewicz Pacific Ocean....The pilot and co-pilot man the controls in the cockpit of an SH-60B Sea Hawk helicopter during an anti-submarine warfare exercise. OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

PHCS Ron Bayles ....A Patrol Squadron 47 (VP-47) P-3C Orion aircraft flight engineer adjusts cockpit controls before takeoff. OFFICIAL U.S. NAVY PHOTO (RELEASED)

S03-22-127 - STS-003 - Commander Lousma adjusts MLR controls on middeck

Artwork: "Pilot at Plane Controls" Artist: Bruno Muller-Linow

Artwork: "Bomber Pilot at Plane Controls" Artist: Schmitz-Westerholt

Electronics Warfare Technician 2nd Class Scott Chapin operates sonar controls aboard the guided missile destroyer USS GOLDSBOROUGH (DDG-20)

Artwork: "Pilot at Plane Controls" Artist: R. Hartl

A view of the controls that will give the B-1 bomber aircraft quick-start capabilities

Canadian pilots practice their flying skills at the controls of a flight simulator at NATO Air Base Geilenkirchen

A Marine adjusts the controls on a field radio to establish communications during the NATO Exercise NORTHERN WEDDING '82

Lieutenant Daniel W. Chang, who is stationed aboard the guided missile destroyer USS BENJAMIN STODDERT (DDG 22), talks to one of the crewmen as they stand at the ship's controls on the bridge

Fuel specialist Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Atminis controls the rate of fuel flow of the R-14 refueling unit (left) as an F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft is refueled during Exercise KINDLE LIBERTY 83

S07-29-1558 - STS-007 - Mission Specialist (MS) Ride operates controls on aft flight deck

S08-04-092 - STS-008 - Crew member operates RMS controls on aft flight deck

S07-09-437 - STS-007 - Pilot Hauck checks controls on forward flight deck